> two virtual domains hosted on one IP address by apache
>> if you attempt to view first one, then the other, through squid, any url
> paths you view in the second domain that correspond to ones you have
> viewed in the first domain are considered (apparently by squid) to be
> equivalent to ones in the first domain.
What version of Squid? And are you stripping any headers in the
outgoing request? I'm 99.99% sure that even fairly old versions
of squid will pass the Host: header untouched, which is what the
remote server requires to distinguish one virtual server from
another, so it may perhaps be an overly fascist configuration.
I'm 99.9999% sure that Squid caches based on name, not IP address.
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